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Special Feature / BY: Joanne Jablkowski September 2016
... as a family doctor or specialist might encounter in their practice, but thinking beyond that and being curious about what can make your ... who can continue to support patients when they need that type of care most, but we’re now at a place where, because of the system of ...
COHP / BY: Kathleen Cadenhead, MD April 2013
... of other auto­immune illnesses such as hypo­thyroid­ism, type 1 diabetes, connective tissue diseases, and also preterm delivery and ... Society of Gastroenterologists and the Toward Optimized Practice Program. A summary of the NASPGHAN, AGA and WGO guidelines: Diagnosis ...
News&Notes / BY: Jay Draper July/August 2012
... It continues the collaborative initiatives of the General Practice Services Committee, the Specialist Services Committee, the Rural Joint ... “Many of you know that I’m a straight-ahead type and in that light I want to comment on something that has been on my mind. ...
News / BY: James A. Wilson, MD January/February 2006
... certain Schedule I drugs, as specified in the CRNBC scope of practice for each type of nurse practitioner. Family practice nurse practitioners are the ...
News / BY: David R. Richardson, MD November 2006
... in rural areas, have the highest occurrence of this type of risky behavior. Because of the decentralization and multidisciplinary ... that have catalyzed significant changes in clinical practice. Their revolutionary work has had an impact on areas ranging from the ...
News / BY: Mark Bigham, MD July/August 2006
... For questions about WNV-related  transfusion practice, visit the TraQ Program web site at  ... do not click on any link or button in the message. Instead, type the Internet address of the company into your browser, log in as you ... Excellence in Health Promotion Award, sponsored by the BCMA Council on Health Promotion, was presented to two candidates at the BCMA awards ...